[RFA]: Remove unused code in event-loop.c

Elena Zannoni ezannoni@cygnus.com
Sun Mar 25 11:24:00 GMT 2001


Eli Zaretskii writes:
 > I bumped into this while working on the DJGPP `select' bug.  That
 > #error directive was sitting there since GDB 5.0 was released, with no
 > one complaining AFAIK.  It looks like it would be safe to remove it
 > now.
 > 
 > Okay?
 > 

Fine with me.

Thanks
Elena

 > 2001-03-24  Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@is.elta.co.il>
 > 
 > 	* event-loop.c (toplevel) [!HAVE_POLL] [NO_FD_SET]: Remove unused
 > 	definitions for SELECT, NBBY, FD_SETSIZE, NFDBITS, and MASK_SIZE.
 > 
 > --- gdb/event-loop.c~0	Wed Jan 31 17:46:34 2001
 > +++ gdb/event-loop.c	Sat Mar 24 18:59:54 2001
 > @@ -38,52 +38,6 @@
 >  #include <setjmp.h>
 >  #include <sys/time.h>
 >  
 > -/* Type of the mask arguments to select. */
 > -
 > -#ifndef HAVE_POLL
 > -#ifdef NO_FD_SET
 > -/* All this stuff below is not required if select is used as God(tm)
 > -   intended, with the FD_* macros.  Are there any implementations of
 > -   select which don't have FD_SET and other standard FD_* macros?  I
 > -   don't think there are, but if I'm wrong, we need to catch them.  */
 > -#error FD_SET must be defined if select function is to be used!
 > -
 > -#ifndef _AIX
 > -typedef long fd_mask;
 > -#endif
 > -#if defined(_IBMR2)
 > -#define SELECT_MASK void
 > -#else
 > -#define SELECT_MASK int
 > -#endif /* !_IBMR2 */
 > -
 > -/* Define "NBBY" (number of bits per byte) if it's not already defined. */
 > -
 > -#ifndef NBBY
 > -#define NBBY 8
 > -#endif
 > -
 > -/* Define the number of fd_masks in an fd_set */
 > -
 > -#ifndef FD_SETSIZE
 > -#ifdef OPEN_MAX
 > -#define FD_SETSIZE OPEN_MAX
 > -#else
 > -#define FD_SETSIZE 256
 > -#endif
 > -#endif
 > -#if !defined(howmany)
 > -#define howmany(x, y) (((x)+((y)-1))/(y))
 > -#endif
 > -#ifndef NFDBITS
 > -#define NFDBITS NBBY*sizeof(fd_mask)
 > -#endif
 > -#define MASK_SIZE howmany(FD_SETSIZE, NFDBITS)
 > -
 > -#endif /* NO_FD_SET */
 > -#endif /* !HAVE_POLL */
 > -
 > -
 >  typedef struct gdb_event gdb_event;
 >  typedef void (event_handler_func) (int);
 >  
 > 



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